Benhti Kenaga’ is a Dene Athabaskan language. It is traditionally spoken by people in the villages of Minto and Nenana, Alaska.
In the past, some linguists called this language "Lower Tanana" because it was spoken along the eastern part of the Tanana River. However, speakers prefer their own name for the language: Benhti Kenaga'.
Our Benhti Kenaga' course was created in 2019 by Doyon Foundation as part of the Doyon Languages Online project.